|Massorah Massoreth Massoretic RabbinicHebrewBible.C.D.Ginsburg.1865.1905.4vols.plus3vols - Christian David Ginsburg, based on Jacob ben-Chaim, Elias Levita, and others.1865-1905.|
"The Massorah is an encyclopedic work siting all various readings of the Tanach from different manuscripts through out the world. In the first four volumes, the original text of the masorah (in Hebrew) is arranged alphabetically with many additional notes drawn from manuscripts. The fifth volume contains supplements, and some masoretic tractates. The sixth volume renders into English all Hebrew entries of the first volume up to the letter "yod," with explanatory notes...
Keywords: massorah; massoretic; Hebrew; Bible; Tanakh; rabbinic; textual criticism
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|RabbinicBibleOT Mikraot Gedolot Bomberg'sHebrewTanach.Jacob ben Chaim.1525. - Jacob ben Chaim (Yacov ben Chayim). Bomberg's edition.1525.|
Hebrew Bible of the Old Testament, the Tanach, Tanakh. Masoretic notes on the Biblical Hebrew text, Aramaic Targum, Biblical commentaries, medieval commentaries in the peshat tradition. Numerous editions of the Mikraot Gedolot have been and continue to be published. First published in 1524â25 by Daniel Bomberg in Venice, the Mikraot Gedolot was edited by the masoretic scholar Yakov ben Hayyim (Jacob ben Chaim).See Christian Ginsburg for history and details.mjm,2009.
Keywords: Hebrew; old testament; Bible; Tanach; Massorah; Aramaic; Hebrew texts
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